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Precisely how bad it is

A new report shows that the Washington area ranked fourth nationally in traffic congestion in 2010, based on data fed by GPS devices caught in traffic. The worst is on Interstate 95 southbound from the intersection with I-395 for almost 24 miles.

A new report shows that the Washington area ranked fourth nationally in traffic congestion in 2010.

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Annual report of real-time traffic data ranks D.C. area congestion fourth
Article | The misery of the commute is expressed with surgical precision in the latest data that show just how congested the Washington region has become: 63 minutes lost on Interstate 95 in Virginia; 48 minutes wasted on the Beltway's outer loop in Montgomery County; 15 minutes stuck on the George Washing...
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Quantifying the pain of the D.C. region's traffic congestion
Article | The misery of the commute is expressed with surgical precision in the latest data that show just how congested the Washington region has become: 63 minutes lost on Interstate 95 in Virginia; 48 minutes wasted on the Beltway's outer loop in Montgomery County; 15 minutes stuck on the George Washington...

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